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  • Jyatha, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal


An extraordinary trip that takes you on a scenic drive through the bumpy terrains of Marpha-Jomsom-Kagbeni all the way to Lo Manthang. In a short period of time, this comes as an alternative to the trekking to the isolated and pristine land of Mustang Himalayas standing in the edge of Tibetan Plateau.

You will be mesmerized to see its untouched century old socio- cultural practices, historically rich archeological sites and magnificent landscapes throughout the rain shadow region in the 4WD Jeep tour. This trip officially starts from Kathmandu traveling on a luxurious jeep seeing the transitory wonders of natural beauty including terraced fields, lustrous greeneries, mountain views, and giant rivers until we reach Pokhara.

We continue the journey following the Kaligandaki gorge (the deepest gorge in the world) to Kagbeni by jeep along the way we pass Tatopani-Natural Hot spring, Marpha Village "The apple garden" Kagbeni-the religious pilgrimage and inter into the Lo-Manthang. The Lomanthang is a windy valley which blows from south towards Tibetan border. The majorities of the people believe in Tibetan Buddhism and speaking semi-Tibetan language and practice the same culture like Tibetan.

Trip highlights

  • Drive through the restricted territory of Upper Mustang and Annapurna Conservation Area
  • Journey through Kaligandaki George, the world deepest
  • Stunning views of mountains like Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Tilicho, and Annapurna I
  • Pass through Tatopani-hot spring, Marpha, Jomsom, Kagbeni, Lo Manthang, and Muktinath
  • Overnight stay at villages with Chortens, monasteries, gompas, and religious shrines
  • Visit Muktinath Temple, its territories, some Buddhist gompas and monasteries around
  • Enjoy tasting the renowned local apples, apple pie and apple wine (marpha) in Jomsom

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,400m)

As you fly into Kathmandu, you'll have beautiful views over the valley, the snow capped mountain peaks in Himalaya, and of the terraced fields below. As per your arrival time, our representative will be at the airport to receive you and transfer you to your booked hotel. Overnight in Hotel

Day 02: Fully day sightseeing tour in Kathmandu

Today after the breakfast we will proceed for sightseeing tour in and around the Kathmandu valley. The Durbar Squares, Pashupatinath temple, Swoyambhunath temple and Boudhanath temple are the major sight-seeing areas around the Kathmandu valley. These all are listed in a world heritage sites. The Durbar Square shows us the regal life of ancient periods. Pashupatinath Temple is one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimages. Swoyambhunath Temple and Boudhanath Stupa is the Buddhist temple which is very popular around the globe. Swoyambhunath is also known as money temple stands on the hilltop west of the Kathmandu valley. It can also be known as the viewpoint of Kathmandu valley. Boudhanath temple is the biggest Chhorten ever made around the world. Overnight in Hotel

Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara (914m.) – approx. 6 hours

You depart for the six hours drive to Pokhara (915m,), 200 kilometers west of Kathmandu. As you climb out of the Kathmandu valley, only to quickly descend again to the Trisuli River, you follow upstream to its junction with the Marsyangdi River. You follow the Marsyandi gently up through heavily terraced fields and small hill towns to the Seti River that takes you directly into Pokhara. Having pleasant weather, Pokhara is tourist's paradise with full of natural as well as cultural heritage sites such as lakes, caves, temples of Buddhist and Hindus along with mountains. You can observe views to the north across the hills and Phewa Tal (lake) to the white peaks of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. This drive will take most of the morning, leaving much of the afternoon to fall in love with its beauty. Overnight in Hotel

Day 04: Drive from Pokhara to Kagbeni (2900 m) – approx. 8 hours

Starting our journey from Pokhara valley, we drive via blacktopped 4 lanes' road till Beni- the administrative headquarter of Magdi district. Now, we enter the Himalayan region where the road now gets a bit bumpy and scenic. On the way we pass several Thakali villages such as Larjong, Kobang, Kalopani, Tukuche, and Marpha village, reach Jomsom and further to Kagbeni.

En route, we visit apple orchids, viewing some spectacular views, a natural hot spring, and the world's deepest gorge. The village of Kagbeni is located in the valley of the Kali Gandaki River and it is usually the entry point to Mustang. Kagbeni is also called the main gate to Upper Mustang and this is also borderline between Lower and Upper Mustang. This village offers you the fantastic views of Mt. Nilgiri and Tilicho mountain.

You will visit sacred river banks revered by Hindus, “The Red Monastery”,  and you notice that Kagbeni’s cobbled streets are filled with with prayer wheels on the walls of the chortens and small Gompas. Overnight in teahouse. Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 05: Drive from Kagbeni to Charang or Tsarang (3500 m) along Kali Gandaki– approx. 6 hours

Your journey into Upper Mustang begins properly today. After the permits are checked at the police post in Kagbeni, the jeep track today pretty much skirts the side of the Kali Gandaki River Valley. Whether there is any water in the river rather depends on what time of year you're undertaking the journey. Usually from October to mid-May the broad river floor looks more like a level boulder field. Take a walk onto the river bed and you may just hear water flowing underneath. You could also look for fossils too as evidence that this now high altitude region was once the sea bed of the Tethys Ocean. Along the way you can take a halt and explore the small village of Thangbe and see how their carefully tended terraced fields are irrigated in a landscape that is otherwise dry and barren wilderness. At Chusang there is a river tributary to cross and shortly thereafter the Kali Gandaki River bed itself. At certain times of year (particularly between June & October) it may not be possible for the vehicle you've been travelling in so far to make the crossing safely. There are footbridges, but nothing for the vehicle. Outwith the summer period it is usually a straightforward case of driving across a stony, flat and wide dried up river bed. When it is not possible to cross, then you will change to a locally chartered jeep/s. The local jeeps are not of the same standard or as comfortable as the 4WD vehicle you've been travelling in so far. After crossing the Kali Gandaki the jeep track now climbs away from the valley and there are a couple of high passes (approx 4000m) to cross before dropping down into Charang. Overnight in teahouse. Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 06: At Charang – Hike to the Luri Cave – return to Charang

Today’s day is for hiking to Luri Cave situated at the southeast of Lo Manthang and is viewed as an old cavern framework that has next to no thought about its foundation. In the desert east of Lo Monthang, sandstone precipices and feigns have been fluted by wind and climate into fantastical developments, as serried, tightened columns or organ pipes. These bluffs are hollowed with caverns, and such a cavern frames the internal sanctum of Luri Gompa, a little gem of Buddhist craftsmanship. Overnight in teahouse. Meals included: Breakfast, lunch

Day 07: Charang to Lo Manthang (3600m) – approx. 3 hours

From Tsarang, you will be driving to the capital of the Mustang Kingdom- Lo Manthang. The drive consists of beautifully unique acreages of badland-like terrain with high corroded hills. Once you arrive at Lo Manthang, you can explore the village on foot. Lo Manthang has a lot to explore and offers a marvelous taste of Tibetan Buddhist tradition and custom that is considered one of the best preserved traditions on the planet. Occupied by ethnic Lhoba and Bon people, Lo Manthang is noted for its tall white washed mud brick walls, Gompas and the Raja’s Palace- a nine-cornered, five story structure built around 1400. You will visit Lo Manthang’s monasteries, the King’s palace as well as many other places of significance. Particularly, there are four major temples at Lo Manthang: the Jampa Lhakhang or the Jampa Gompa- the oldest, built in the early 15th century and also known as the “God House”; the Thubchen Gompa- a huge, red assembly hall and gompa built in the late 15th century and located just southwest of the Jampa Gompa; the Chodey Gompa- now the main city gompa; and the Choprang Gompa- which is popularly known as the “New Gompa”. Recently, a series of at least twelve caves were discovered north of Annapurna near the village as well, decorated with ancient Buddhist paintings and set in sheer cliffs at 14,000 feet elevation. Overnight in teahouse. Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 08: Lo Manthang – Explore the Chosar Cave and the Chosar Village – Return to Charang

You can either walk or drive to the Chosar Village today from Lo Manthang. The Chosar village is a quaint village of stone walls and bone-white hills. While there, you can also visit the Chosar caves. From Lo Manthang, the canyon trail continues past dry gullies to the ancient ruined fortress, across a bridge through small cultivated areas to reach Chosar. The sight of the deep-red Nyphu Gompa at Chosar comes into view, its structure built into the rock face like an elegant architectural manifest. The ethereal white-washed hills that surround the village looks like they have been carved out of petrified milk and fudge. A range of spectacular mountains mark the border with Tibet in the foreground, and small gurgling streams like the trail. The valley itself used to be the main trading point ad lay on the trading route between Tibet and Lhasa and Chosar is peppered with the ruins of old fortresses strategically guarding the valley. After exploring around the village and the Chosar caves, you will drive back to Charang. Overnight in teahouse. Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 09: Charang – Hike to Ghar Gompa – Return to Charang

On this day, we will be hiking to the famous Ghar Gompa from Charang. The Ghar Gompa, that lies approximately 3 hours away from Charang, is the oldest monastery in Mustang. It dates back to the 8th century and was built by Guru Rinpoche, the founder of Tibetan Buddhism. The Gompa is said to cover the heart of Balmo, the ogress conquered by Guru Rinpoche after a mythical battle in the 8th century. It lies just past the settlement of Lo Gekar. Ghar Gompa is decorated magnificently with paintings that display intricate stories and legends of Gods and Demons. The entrance of the Gompa is flanked by the Four Guardian Kings and the inside of the gompa is filled with excellent painted carved stones and statues of Guru Rinpoche, Palden Lhamo on horseback and Vajrapani. There are many Tsa Tsa carvings as well surrounding the prayer wheels on the side of Ghar Gompa. After exploring around the Gompa, we will then hike back to Charang. Overnight in teahouse. Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 10: Charang to Chhusang (2980 m) – approx. 4 hours

Today, we head towards Chhusang. We travel through a desert like terrain with some eroded hills to Chhusang. It is an attractive village that lies in between Tangbe and Chele. Lying in the conjunction of Narsingha and Kali Gandaki river, the village consists of hamlets. We can observe strong influence of Tibetan Buddhist culture in this village. It is still isolated and untouched by any kind of modernization for outer world. Enjoying the views of alluring terrain and a touch of Tibetan Buddhist religion, we drive until we reach Chhusang. Overnight in teahouse. Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 11: Chhusang to Muktinath (3800 m) – approx. 5 hours

Driving to Muktinath includes a journey that is speckled with a sparse green of light vegetation on frequent intervals along the road. En route to Muktinath, you will also stop to visit the Jarkot Monastery. You will have a great time exploring the Muktinath temple, which is one of the most famous highlights of the region. Muktinath is a sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhists located in Muktinath Valley at an altitude of 3,710 meters at the foot of the Thorung La mountain pass. Muktinath’s literal translation in Hindu means “the Place of Liberation or Moksha“. Although the temple of Muktinath has a Vaishnava origin, it is also revered in Buddhism. For Tibetan Buddhists, Muktinath is a very important place of Dakinis, goddesses known as “Sky Dancers”, and the temple is one of the 24 Tantric places. The small temple of Muktinath contains a human-sized golden statue of Lord Vishnu as Shree Mukti Narayana. In addition to the statue, the temple also has a bronze image of BhooDevi (The Earth-Goddess form of Lakshmi), the Goddess Saraswoti and the princess Janaki (Sita). Statues of Garuda (the mount of Lord Vishnu) are also present. The statue of Lava-Kusa, the sons of Lord Rama and Sita are beautifully sculpted and present a daringly haunting ambiance to the temple. You can also explore the wall of 108 faucets behind the temple that spouts ice-cold water of the Kali Gandaki River from bull-headed mouths. Overnight in teahouse. Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 12: Muktinath to Pokhara, approx. 7 hours

Leaving behind the gentry of rocky hills, we will drive back to Pokhara from Muktinath. The winding road back presents changing terrains and fascinating landscapes of layered moulds and rice plantations. The contrasting colors of the land under the blue sky present a melancholic feel to the journey. Overnight in Hotel

Day 13: Drive back to Kathmandu – approx. 7 hours.

We drive back to Kathmandu on the same highway we took to Pokhara earlier. Another seven hours on the highway will give us time to observe the villages and towns on the way from a different angle. After reaching Kathmandu and checking into the hotel, we will have some free time to wander around the streets of Thamel. Overnight in Hotel

Day 14: Departure from Kathmandu.

As per your flight time you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back home or any other destinations. The airport check-in is 3 hours prior to the departure time and the hotel checkout time is 12 PM.

Or inform us if you want to stay longer for short tours such as Jungle Safari at National Parks, Mountain Biking, Rafting, a Tibet tour, a Tour to Bhutan or India Tour. We will be happy to assist you.

  • Trip facts

  • Trip duration : 14 days
  • Grade : Moderate
  • Activity : Cultural sightseeing tour, Overland Tour with Trekking
  • Starts in : Kathmandu
  • End in : Kathmandu
  • Trek Type : Tea House
  • Accomodation : Hotel & lodge (tea house)
  • Max Altitude : 3800 m

Cost Includes

  • Airport pick-up and drop off services by private A/C vehicle
  • 3 nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu on twin /double sharing basis with breakfast only
  • Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu with English Speaking local Tour Guide and entry fees
  • Kathmandu - Pokhara - Kathmandu ground transportation by private vehicle
  • 4WD Jeep Pokhara to Lo-Mangthang to Muktinath to Pokhara by 4WD Land Cruiser/Mahindra Scorpio
  • All meals during the trip
  • Accommodation during the trek in Tea House
  • English speaking local expert guide, porters (ratio:2 members=1 porter) during the trek (per member max 12-13kg weight)
  • Upper Mustang Restricted area permit fee
  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card
  • Annapurna Conservation Fees
  • Equipment clothing for porter & staffs for the trek
  • Insurance for all staff & porters
  • Rescue assistance (Should any emergency arise during your trek, we will provide prompt and professional rescue and medical services. For this, we recommend you to have your own travel insurance that can cover helicopter evacuation and medical treatment cost in case required.)
  • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu with live cultural performance at authentic Nepali restaurant on the last evening
  • All tax, VAT and company service charge

Cost Excludes

  • International flight & any other airfares
  • Nepal visa
  • Extra baggage charge if any (weight allowance 12kg+3 kg in domestic flight)
  • Personal gears & clothing (available on hire)
  • Tips for Guide, porters, drivers etc.
  • Any expenses incurred in emergency evacuation/road block due to any reason
  • Personal expenses such as table drinks, snacks while walking, hot water/shower, internet, telephone etc during the Everest Base Camp trek.
  • Clients insurance and Medical expenses
  • Any other tours, transfers and hotel accommodations other than mentioned above
  • Lunch & Dinner in Kathmandu

Extension Tours

Jungle Safari
Pokhara Tour

Necessary Information

1. Visa to Nepal

You can obtain the Nepalese visa from Nepalese consulate in your country easily or upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. For that, you require a valid passport with 2 copies of passport size photos. Similarly, A visa for Nepal can be obtained at Nepal India border entry point at Birgunj, Nepalgunj, Kakadvitta, Bhairahawa, Gaddachowki and Kodari on the Nepal China border. A15/30/90 day multiple entries Nepalese visa can be obtained by paying USD 30/50/125 or equivalent foreign currency respectively. For more information, please visit

2. Welcoming upon your arrival in Nepal

We will be at the airport to welcome you upon your arrival to Nepal. We will be carrying the Raj BalaTreks & Expedition placard with your name underneath. From airport you will escorted to your hotel and we help you to check-in.

3. What kind of Jeep will be used for this overland Tour?

We use 4X4 Toyota Land Cruser or 4X4 Mahindra Scorpio for our Upper mustang jeep tour. Regarding the drivers they are very experienced for off road driving. Until now they have 100% safety records.

4. Health Issues and Vaccinations Requirement for Upper Mustang Overland Tour

As vaccination requirements change frequently, we suggest you to consult your doctor at least 2 months prior to the beginning of your trip. We recommend protection against malaria, tetanus, typhoid, hepatitis and polio.

The main health consideration during this trip is Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). You may experience some mild symptoms initially, such as headache, lethargy, nausea and difficulty sleeping, but these should lessen within a few days. To avoid Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), people take pills called ‘Diamox’. You can also use these pills after consulting with your doctor and purchase them in Kathmandu. Our itinerary will allow your body to acclimatize properly and handle the low oxygen rate. If you have ever suffered from altitude sickness, or have a heart or breathing complaint, we highly recommend you to consult your doctor about your suitability for trekking in high altitude areas before booking. We suggest that you take some pain-killing pills with you and enough medicine for cold, diarrhea, nausea and fever. Some nasal ointment and throat-moistening pills will greatly help for those who are sensitive to chilly or freezing weather conditions.

5. Difficulty Level of the trek

Upper Mustang jeep tour is designed for those travelers who are physically or timely unable to do trekking in Mustang. It is suitable for people of all age groups, child to elder.

6. Experience of stay at Tea House

Upper Mustang Overland Tour is a tea house trip. A Nepalese tea house is a lodge or guest house located in one of the trekking regions in the Nepal Himalayas. At the end of the day’s trip you pitch up and have a room and food provided. Staying at tea houses in mountains in Nepal is an incredible experience.

7. Accommodation on the trip

There are plenty of basic, clean and friendly lodges along the trail. You often have to share rooms but you can also stay in single rooms where possible. Rooms are basic, normally just a bed with a pillow and blankets. A few have electric blanket, hot bags (luxury lodges) and all have a spacious dining room-lounge.

We will accommodate you and your group in a comfortable local lodge each day. The Guide coordinates with the local lodge owners and a porter is sent ahead to book the required rooms for the group (rooms cannot always be booked in advance).

8. Food on the Trek

On trek, we have breakfast and dinner in the tea-houses/lodges we spend the night and lunch on our way to the next destination. Nepalese, Tibetan, the more common continental and Indian cuisines are common choices in the menu.

To get an idea about your meals on the go, breakfast comprises a hot beverage, toasts, pancakes, eggs, etc. while lunch will include rice items, noodles, potato varieties, pizza, pasta, burger, meat items, and so on. The starters in dinnertime are soup varieties while the main course includes more or less similar items as that of lunch menu, including a dessert item and a hot beverage.

9. A Typical Day on a Tea House Trek in Nepal

We provide a comfortable experience on our teahouse lodge-style treks. Our team works hard to support you so that you can relax and enjoy trekking in Nepal. The lodges provide your meals in a communal dining room. There is a range in standard and service in teahouse lodges depending on location. i.e. lodges at higher altitude and places with fewer trekkers tend to have more basic facilities.

The day starts with getting up in your room shared with another trekker in our group. Before heading for breakfast you pack your overnight gear into your duffel bag. You would have given your breakfast orders to the guide to pass onto the kitchen last night. At the designated time the group will assemble in the dining room to eat breakfast. The menu has a range of items to choose from such as porridge, cereals, chapattis, and a choice of egg dishes. There is also the choice of tea or coffee plus other hot drinks like the popular ginger, lemon honey drink.

While the group is having breakfast the porters arrange their loads and set off in the cool of the morning. After breakfast, between 7am and 8am, we start trekking. The pace of the trek is moderate as there is plenty of time in the itinerary to reach the lodge for tonight. There will be plenty of time to enjoy the scenery, take photos and explore the local villages. Lunch will be around midday at a teahouse lodge by the side of the trail.

After lunch, we continue the trek and on most days we arrive at the lodge by mid-afternoon. For dinner, you get a two-course dinner (soup and main meal). The menus are quite standard with a range of dishes such as dal bhat, momos and the famous Sherpa stew. Dal bhat is a Nepalese dish of rice and lentils with vegetable curry. It is also possible to order spaghetti and pasta; pizzas; vegetable burgers and chips and fried rice.

After the meal, the leaders will discuss the plan for the next day. Afterwards, people might stay in the dining room chatting about the day’s events or playing cards. After a tiring day, most people head to their rooms quite early for the night. Tomorrow is likely to be very similar to today!

We cater for a variety of dietary requirements. There are always meals that are suitable for vegetarians. During booking, we find out if you have any dietary needs and agree upon meal plans before departure. If you have any questions about the food provided please get in touch with us to discuss further.

10. Land Transfers

We take a private land transportation from Kathmandu to Pokhara and from Pokhara to Kathmandu. There will be 4WD Jeep Pokhara to Lo-Mangthang to Muktinath to Pokhara by 4WD Land Cruiser/Mahindra Scorpio

11. Personal Expenses – Approximate money you should carry on the trip

Our 14 days Upper Mustang Overland Tour cost is all inclusive of your accommodation, meals, permits and other official expenses.(See price includes and excludes section for more detail). Besides, other expenses depend on your spending habits. A USD 10-15 is sufficient to buy bottled water, snacks, chocolate bars, hot and cold drinks, and showers during the trek besides your included meals and accommodation.

12. Money Exchange

You can exchange money at a Bank or the money exchange counter in cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara. Many Tourist class Hotels have money exchange facilities. For Trekking, there are Banks and exchange counters at major Tourist hubs like Namche and Lukla. These days, there are availability of ATMs everywhere in Kathmandu and some in Lukla and Namche.

13. Tips

Tips are appreciated by your support team after the completion of your trekking in Nepal. The amount depends on your budget and appreciation of their work. As a suggestion, we advise that you can allocate 5- 10 % of the total tour cost as tips. It is recommended that you talk to the members and hand it over individually as per the hierarchy on the last day of the trek.

14. Facility of communication available on trek

Communication during Upper Mustang Overland Tour is not challenging but there are certain things to be considered. Phone reception is available in most of the places during the trek.  Likewise, WIFI services are also available on the trail. To use WIFI services, you are expected to pay a fee. These fees increase as you scale up the higher altitude. Usually, the cost of WIFI services ranges about NPR 400-500 each depending upon the location you are staying in. And another option to stay connected with your family back home is by using an internet data package if you have a local SIM card. You can buy a SIM card around the street of your trip hotel in Kathmandu/Pokhara or ask your guide to arrange it one for you. However, we must inform you that internet service may not be strong in all places.

15. Luggage while trekking

During Upper Mustang Overland Tour, your main luggage will be carried by porter. Please keep your luggage as light as possible around 12 to 15 kgs for travel safety and porter welfare as per IPPG standard. You simply carry a day pack with water bottle, camera, sun-screen, spare jacket etc. You can leave your valuable items at your hotel in Kathmandu while trekking. Many hotels have a locker system and provide a deposit slip for the valuables kept under the hotel's safekeeping.

16. Trekking Gears and Equipments

You will need walking boots, sleeping bag (4 seasons/ -20C rated), waterproof jacket and trousers, fleece jacket, warm hat and gloves, sunglasses, water bottle, sun-screen and day pack. Comprehensive list of equipment will be provided once you book your trip. It's not necessary to spend a lot of money buying extra equipment and clothing before your trip. Majority of these gears can be bought or hired at reasonable rates in Kathmandu.

17. Best Time to do the Trip

Upper Mustang is rain shadow area where you can go from august to mid December and February to May.

18. First Aid Kit

We supply a medical bag with standard medicines prescribed by trekking doctors and a user’s manual. Since our staffs/guides are not qualified for suggesting medications to western clients, we would request you to use the medicines upon your own risk. It is safer and more reliable if you have your own medicine kit and not depend on what we have.

19. Rescue /Evacuation

Your safety and security are our top priority, and we always make sure that nothing untoward happen to you. However, if anything serious like sickness or a casualty occurs, we will do everything to transfer you to the nearest hospital. As you are responsible for all the expenses incurred in evacuation, please make sure that it is covered by your insurance before assigning for it.

20. Insurance

Before joining the Upper Mustang Overland Tour, we recommend you to take a travel insurance which should cover cancellation, medical expenses, helicopter evacuation and emergency repatriation. Our staff will collect your insurance details before you leave for the trek.

21. All our guides are certified guides

All our guides are certified and trained trekking leaders. Our guides are certified by the Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management (NATHM), Nepal. They have years of experience working in this line of work and know the different trekking trails of Nepal, mountain ranges, culture, and mountain sickness

22. Booking Procedure

Your booking of Upper Mustang Overland Tour will be confirmed by email once we receive your deposit of 20% of the total trip and the signed copy of booking form and contract. The balance is due no later than two months prior to departure. If you book a tour less than 2 months prior to departure, you must send the full payment within 7 days of confirmation by us.

23. Cancellation Policy

If you cancel your booking, the following scale of charges will apply:

  • 2 months before departure – Loss of deposit (20% of the total trip)
  • 29 days to 2 months before departure – 30% of total trip cost
  • 10 to 28 days before departure – 60% of total trip cost
  • Less than 10 days before departure – 100% of total trip cost

Additional Information